The human voice is an amazing instrument, but very few of us really make the most of it. In this well-written and easy to understand work, the author explores the mechanics of voice production, then goes on to discuss the formation of speech sounds, with particular emphasis on the differences between vowels and consonants. He then applies all of this to singing, and finally the special techniques necessary for ventriloquism.
Although originally written for children, this highly informative book will be a revelation for any ventriloquist who has never given much thought to exactly how his voice works. Whether you want to learn ventriloquism from scratch or simply improve your vocal technique, this book is highly recommended!
This title is in EXCELLENT condition. It is an ex-library title with the usual markings and labelling. Dustjacket protected by a Brodart clear cover.
96pp, 6-1/4" x 8-1/2" hardcover. First edition, 1967. Comes in an archival mylar sleeve with acid-free backboard.
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Song, Speech, and Ventriloquism -- Book by Larry Kettlekamp
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